Rosco the Rascal Trick-or-Treats: a new short story

Hi readers, My favorite season is here–fall! And Halloween is right around the corner. And because my young readers have been asking me for a few years to write a Halloween story, I finally did! And guess what? I published … Continue reading Rosco the Rascal Trick-or-Treats: a new short story

5 Common Writing and Publishing Mistakes First-Time Authors Make

Reblogged from A WRITER’S PATH by Savannah Cordova “Failures are just learning opportunities that have presented themselves successfully.” If you’ve come across that sentiment before, it’s probably because there are countless quotes from numerous successful people about the value of … Continue reading 5 Common Writing and Publishing Mistakes First-Time Authors Make

Two Resources for Writers Seeking to Publish a Children’s Book

I am frequently asked questions about how to publish a children’s book, and since I barely seem to have enough time to self-publish my own books these days, 😉 yet I like to be helpful to good people who ask an honest question, I want to make a few reccomendations to those of you who could benefit by some well-vetted resources. I also believe in karma and I’m well aware that I’d be nowhere with the whole publishing thing if a lot of good people hadn’t lent a hand when I asked. So, enjoy! 1.) The first one is Mary … Continue reading Two Resources for Writers Seeking to Publish a Children’s Book

HOLIDAY BOOKS Yule Be Sorry: An Unconventional Christmas Tale

Today in my holiday books roundup I’m featuring a middle grade book by British author Clare Allison. Yule Be Sorry: An Unconventional Christmas Tale is for children ages nine and over. It fuses a heart-warming story with adventure, villains and … Continue reading HOLIDAY BOOKS Yule Be Sorry: An Unconventional Christmas Tale